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Cop killer appeals conviction

A former St. Albert man found guilty last month in the killing a Mountie in the Northwest Territories is appealing his first-degree murder conviction.

Volunteers

December is the month of holiday giving and the month to plan resolutions. Resolve to be involved — volunteer and make an impact in your community. The St.

We'll keep the money

Organizations that offer services to people with developmental disabilities in the Capital region are refusing to comply with a government attempt to claw back funding. Service providers like St.

Generator anyone?

A St. Albert firefighter hopes to find a generator under his tree this year so he can re-gift it for a worthy cause.
Reuse Centre sells some intriguing finds

Reuse Centre sells some intriguing finds

There’s no doubt about it — the Christmas week probably generates more garbage than any other single time of the year.

Volunteers

December is the month of holiday giving and the month to plan resolutions. Resolve to be involved — volunteer and make an impact in your community. The St.

Humane society overflowing with cats

Despite steady adoption rates throughout the year, the society is overflowing with animals —two-thirds of which are cats and kittens — and is hoping to find them a permanent home in the new year.
Cool customers

Cool customers

Jennifer McMillan knows all about ice. As head ice technician at the St.

Youth shelter waiting for other shoe to drop

The agency that provides a variety of rooms and support services for the hundreds of homeless and at-risk young people in the region has a long wish list of items that it needs all year round. Money is at the top.

Smart growth first up in 2010

The work might be done for another year, but city council already has a long list of controversial issues to tackle in 2010.